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Public-private partnerships an ‘extraordinary opportunity’ to renew relations with Indigenous communities: experts

By Samantha Wright Allen      

The House Natural Resources Committee is studying consultations with Indigenous communities as the debate on project development continues with Bill C-69 and Trans Mountain.

The House Natural Resources Committee met on Feb. 7 for its third hearing in a study looking at best international practices with Indigenous communities on major energy projects. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade

The emergence of green energy provides a “once in a generation” opportunity for Canada to improve its approach to engaging with Indigenous communities about major energy projects, a House committee heard as it began a study on an issue that has dogged the Liberal government for its entire mandate.

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News|By David Lochead
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